Women's Golf Currently Fifth After Second Round Play at the Las Vegas Collegiate

 
Sara-Maude Juneau

Sara-Maude Juneau

Oct. 27, 2009

Las Vegas, Nev. - The 19th ranked Louisville women's golf team shot a 304 in the second round of the Las Vegas Collegiate Showcase on Tuesday afternoon. The Cardinals are currently in fifth place with a score of 587. Arizona leads the field with a score of 578. Washing is second with a score of 579 and UC Davis is third with a score of 582.

Junior Sara-Maude Juneau shot a 67 in the second round to move up 11 spots and take the lead. Juneau currently tied for the lead with a score of 138. Juneau made the turn at even par. She started the back nine birdie, birdie, par and eagle. She finished the day with six birdies and one eagle. She is tied with Arizona's Sherlyn Popelka.

Junior Laura Anderson shot a 77 in the second round. Anderson is currently tied at 22nd with a score of 148. Senior Daphne Parker shot a 78 in the second round. Parker is also tied at 22nd with a score of 148.

Freshman Anna-Karin Ljunstrom shot an 82 in the second round. She is currently tied at 57th with a score of 153. Sophomore Maria Castellanos shot an 82 in the second round. She is currently in 86th place with a score of 161.

Danielle Kom competed as an individual shot an 87 in the second round. She is currently in 92nd place with a score of 172. The Cardinals will wrap up play with an 8:00 a.m. gunshot start on Wednesday morning.

 

 

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